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Athens' Acropolis closes due to heat wave


Images of tourists leaving the Acropolis in Athens as the key tourist site is closed during the hottest part of the day. Greece is facing its hottest July weekend in 50 years, with temperatures forecast to soar above 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit). IMAGES

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